28—Friday, June 21, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Arab Histadrut Leader Cites Gains
in Israel; Union Council Formed Here
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This Week's Radio and
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: "The Works of Herbert
Fromm," an all-music program,
narrated by Rabbi Seligson and
arranged by Cantor Lechner, hon-
oring this composer of Jewish
The founding of the Michigan Trade Union Council for Histadrut
was sparked by this group: (from left, standing) Al Michaels,
Histadrut director for Michigan; U.S. District Attorney Larry Gubow;
Isaac Litwak, Laundry Drivers, and Arthur King; seated: UAW
Region 1B Director Ken Morris; Salim Joubran, secretary of the
Histadrut Arab Department; Michigan AFL-CIO President August
Scholle, and Executive Vice President .William C. Marshall.
An Arab leader in Histadrut, I1
the Israeli trade union federation,
praised the nation's union move-
ment for bringing equality to her
people. BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB
The speaker was Salim Joub- will be joined by the Sisterhood for
ran, secretary of the Histadrut an installation party 8:30 p.m. Mon-
Arab department, who addressed day in the synagogue building, Mr.
Michigan trade union leaders, De- and Mrs. Irving Michaels are ar-
troit businessmen and government rangements co-chairmen. Partici-
officials at the founding meeting „paling in the program will be Can-
of the Michigan Trade Union tors Shabtai Ackerman and Israel
Council for Histadrut. First chair- Fuchs, and Rabbi Martin Tatel-
man is Michigan AFL-CIO Pres- baum, principal of the Beth Abra-
ham Hebrew School. Henry Thu-
ident August Scholle.
Joubran contrasted the poverty min, president of congregation,
conditions which existed among' and Mrs. Thumin, will perform the
Israeli Arabs before unionization installation ceremonies, and Mrs.
and the improved living standards Hyman Goldstein, who will be in-
today. He pointed out that Arabs stalled for her second term as pres-
who decided to stay in Israel ident of sisterhood will be awarded
following the 1948 partition of Pal- an inscribed golden President's
estine were suspect both by the Pin. An award of appreciation will
Jews and the Arabs who left on also be made to Theodore Schol-
the prodding of neighboring states. nick, retiring president of the
"We didn't enjoy full equality,” men's club. Following the program,
Joubran said. "We felt we were a buffet supper will be served by
foreigners in our own land. We the arrangements committee: Mes-
were refused entry into Hista- dames Ed Bunin, Isaac Tennen-
drut." Joubran was active in the house, Joseph Mermelstein, Sidney
first Arab teachers' trade union .Goldin, Harry Eichenhorn and Til-
and in the separate Palestine Arab lie Neuman. Sisterhood officers are
League. Mrs. Goldstein; Mesdames Fred
He fought successfully to Grossman, Jack Fishman. Oscar
abolish the separate trade unions , Bank, Sherman Fisher, Sam Cash,
and to bring the Arab worker Ralph Rice, Tillie Neuman Neu-
into Histadrut. Joubran said that man and Fred Sherman, secre-
the only field of life where the - taries; ..and Irving Michaels, treas-
Arabs enjoy full equality is in urer. Men's club officers are
the Israeli labor movement. • . Fred Grossman, Sam Sweet and
He reported on progress in the Bernhard Lichtenstein, vice presi-
103 Arab villages as a result of dents; Edward Rice, treasurer;
Histadrut activity. Each of the Harry Lett, Joseph Cranis and Ed-
villages now has health clinics ward Bunin, secretaries; Isadore
and schools where none existed Schon, sergeant-at-arms: and Os-
car Bank, Nat Cooper, Manny
Prior to the speech, the Hista- Posen and Sidney Schlaff, board
Unit group presented former Gov. of trustees.
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G. Mennen Williams with a
framed .certificate of appreciation. TAU EPSILON RHO FRATER-
Williams, now ambassador to the NITY. Detroit graduate and un-
Phillipines, was the honored guest dergraduate chapters, and their
at the 1967 Histadrut dinner wives, will -meet for a bowling
which raised funds for scholar- party 9 p.m. June 29 at North-
ships in Israel. lanes. A late dinner will, follow.
For reservations, call Norman
Letzer, 756-3434, or after 6 p.m.
Beth Moses Men Win
Honors at Convention
Abner Franford (left), awards
chairman, presents Jerome Kohn,
immediate past president of the
men's club of Cong. Beth Moses,
with a second-place award for
"best continuing fund-raising
effort" in the competition of the
National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs. The ceremony took
place at the Concord Hotel,
Kiamesha, N.Y., at the Federa-
tion's national convention.
TICAL ASSOCIATION will hold
an open meeting 9 p.m. Monday at
Borman Hall, Jewish Home for
Aged. Games and refreshments
will follow the meeting. All non-
member pharmacists and their
wives are invited.
ALPHA ZETA OMEGA FRAT-
ERNITY will - hold its annual in-
stallation dinner-dance 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Town and Country
Club. For reservations, call Na-
than Moiseev, 358-3148, or Nathan
Pack, LA 7-5700.
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: Cantor Samuel Dubrow
of Temple Beth El, Cedarhurst,
Li, will be heard in cantorial
renditions. Cantor Harold Orbach
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: Something new called
"Lubavitch Hot Line." Several
questions on Jewish topics will be
presented each week with answers
telephoned by listeners. Telephoned
answers will be broadcast live on
the following program. There will
be prizes for the best answers.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: A study of the value
of summer camp programs for
Jewish leadership with Rabbi Jay
Braverman, principal of the United
Hebrew High School as modera-
tor. Participating will be Judy
Cassel, Micky Malamud, David
Reed, Steve Richmond and D'vra
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Feature: Rabbi Herbert Tarr,
author of the book "Heaven Help
Us ! ," will discuss the question of
future direction and focus for con-
gregationally affiliated Jews and
Time: 10:30 p.M. Sunday.
Feature: Nicholas Hood, city
councilman and clergyman, will
discuss "City in Crisis."
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: Mark Van Doren; pro-
fessor emeritus of Columbia Uni-
versity, a n d Maurice Samuel,
author and lecturer, will begin
their 16th season of biblical discus-
sion by considering the cities and
surroundings of the Bible. This
program will focus on "the Land
and the People."
A jCon gress NW Group
Be not of those sotted
wine and glutted with meat.—
to Hear Rep. Faxon Air
`Urban Education' Issue
Rep. Jack Faxon of the 15th Dis-
trict will discuss "The Future of
Ur ban Education," 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jakob Liwazer, 20156
The Northwest Couples Chapter,
American Jewish Congress, is
sponsoring the open fleeting. Mrs.
Liwazer is president pro tem.
Rep. Faxon, a member of the
House education, colleges and men-
tal health committees, serves as act-
ing headmaster of the City School
of Detroit scheduled to open this
fall. In his talk, he will refer to
the role he believes the new City
School will play in helping to
ameliorate educational conditions
in Northwest Detroit.
The public is invited at no
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Ex-Detroiter Ruth Laredo
Records First Piano Solo
Ruth Meckler Laredo, Detroit-
born pianist, marks her debut as a
recording soloist with the release
of an album by Connoisseur Soci-
ety (CS 2005). It features the young
artist in three major works by
Ravel, Gaspard de la Nuit, Valses
Nobles et Sentimentales and La
This recording followed a suc-
cess New York recital. The New
York Times wrote "Ravel's tran-
scription of his orchestral score is
a tour de force that few pianist
attempt. It calls for a virtuosic
display, which Ruth Laredo magni-
Radio station WQR.S FM, 105.1
will feature the recording on "The
World of Music With Elizabeth
Wayne" 9 p.m. today.
The record is now available at
Hudson's Downtown and North-
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